Interfacial structures of linear-dendritic co-polymer/surfactant mixtures
Linear-dendritic polymers possess a unique macromolecular architecture, combining the steric hindrance tuneable by tailoring the dendritic block and the entanglement of the linear block. As part of a UK EPSRC Case Award jointly funded by Proctor & Gamble (P&G), here we propose the first comprehensive NR study of interface structures resulting from the interactions between an anionic surfactant (SDS) and a linear-dendritic system comprising amphiphilic PEO-lysine co-polymer at the air-water interface. The unique experimental setup suited for such air-water interfacial structural characterisation at FIGARO will be used. By correlating polymer molecular architecture, molecular weight, and surfactant concentration with its interfacial structure, we will gain a fundamental understanding of the interactions involved, which underpin their untapped potential in a vast array of applications where thin film stability facilitated by polymer-surfactant mixtures plays a critical role.
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BRISCOE WUGE H; Richard A. Campbell; CHEN Meng; MOULD Elizabeth; REDEKER Christian; ROBLES Eric; SLASTANOVA Anna and Tim Snow. (2015). Interfacial structures of linear-dendritic co-polymer/surfactant mixtures. Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) doi:10.5291/ILL-DATA.9-12-380